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- Title: PoSA: Chapter XII: Moral Imagination
- for man to measure by the standard of earlier moral rules what he produces
- morally productive, this would be as impossible as it would be to measure
- Title: PoSA: Chapter XIII: The Value of Life
- being can be estimated only according to its own subjective measure, this is
- not craving can be measured by pleasure. And lest we give rise to the
- beyond the usual measure.
- value of a pleasure is determined in life. It is measured by the needs of
- life. Our desire is the yardstick; pleasure is what is measured. The
- long as we can measure it by our desires. An excess of pleasurable feeling
- therefore, does not measure the pain directly against the pleasure achieved,
- knowledge. Human striving directs itself to the measure of possible
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